The Natural History Museum Ice Rink

For a fun-filled day out with all the family head down to the Natural History Museum’s ice rink.

Natural History Museum Ice Skating

Where: The Natural History Museum, London

When: 4th November 2011 to 8th January 2012

This festive season treat the family to a festive afternoon at The Natural History Museum. With two ice rinks (the main one and a smaller rink for little ones), plenty of food and drink, and a fairground carousel there is plenty to keep little ones entertained.

Between skating sessions adults can enjoy traditional mulled wine with a kick of brandy, whilst children can warm up with a tasty hot chocolate and tuck into Belgian waffles topped with cream and toasted almonds, all beneath the dazzling fairy lights and twinkling stars.

However, if the outside chill is a little too cold to bear, the Café Bar is open daily with beautiful surroundings and a bird’s eye view of the ice rink. A lovely, and warm way to get into the festive spirit.

Children (12 and under): £8.50 peak / £8 off-peak
Adults: £13 peak / £11.50 off-peak
Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children): £36 peak / £31 off-peak

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